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Both by J.R.R. Tolkien:


All that is gold does not glitter,

Not all those who wander are lost;

The old that is strong does not wither,

Deep roots are not reached by the frost.



Or was it, maybe, a frost that had turned its sap to ice, and so it stood, bitter-sweet, still fair to see, but stricken, soon to fall and die?



Shadows and Light, A careful consideration of light's impact on color is reflected in the work of the masters of the Venetian School period. Whereas other movements would mimic the actual color of a subject as a whole, Venetian colorists would incorporate the subtle shifts of hue caused by the reflected light on the subject with their unique layering and blending techniques. With the interplay of shadows and light across a subject, traditional Venetian color application suggests form without sharp edges, creating a difficult to achieve sense of depth and realism.

Considerations of representation

Impressive experience



rolleiflexSL66 portra400NC

Made with Photoshop and Picnik software

that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other. A solemn consideration, when I enter a great city by night, that every one of those darkly clustered houses encloses its own secret; that every room in every one of them encloses its own secret; that every beating heart in the hundreds of thousands of breasts there, is, in some of its imaginings, a secret to the heart nearest it! Something of the awfulness, even of Death itself, is referable to this. No more can I turn the leaves of this dear book that I loved, and vainly hope in time to read it all. No more can I look into the depths of this unfathomable water, wherein, as momentary lights glanced into it, I have had glimpses of buried treasure and other things submerged. It was appointed that the book should shut with a a spring, for ever and for ever, when I had read but a page. It was appointed that the water should be locked in an eternal frost, when the light was playing on its surface, and I stood in ignorance on the shore. My friend is dead, my neighbour is dead, my love, the darling of my soul, is dead; it is the inexorable consolidation and perpetuation of the secret that was always in that individuality, and which I shall carry in mine to my life's end. In any of the burial-places of this city through which I pass, is there a sleeper more inscrutable than its busy inhabitants are, in their innermost personality, to me, or than I am to them?

-Charles Dickens

explore #98



January 6, 2011


15 This passage really got to me while we were reading it in English class. It basically means that nobody actually knows each other. Even the people we love and talk to the most you will never know them fully and 100%. It's like looking into a deep and murky lake and you can see something, but not all of it because it is forever trapped. And when you die, you inevitably die alone.

You can't fully see my face, so you don't actually know me.


ps.-go wish my bestfriendforever natty a happy happy birthday (:

Really, so many things to keep in mind when trying to make a good photograph.


Naturally one must deal with the exposure requirements...appropriate shutter speed, desired depth of Field, balanced other words, getting the shot.


But then more subjective things come in to play. Composition is so important, and choices need to be made during processing. This photo is a selected example. In this case, the image was composed and cropped to precisely 8 x 10 that it could be framed if desired. Beyond that, it was cropped so that it conformed exactly with the 'rule of thirds'. The head of the bee is precisely at the intersection of the upper right horizontal and vertical thirds point.


That is quite arbitrary, of course, but given that it has been an accepted compositional preference for many many years, it is always a good starting point, if there are no other more pressing considerations.

considerations by the sidewalk

considerations on history

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This image is in serious consideration for my 2012 calendar. I know, that again? Truth be told, I broke even last year, but it was a labor of love! This year, I plan on making better, higher quality calendars, and only order what people order in advance. Not making any money is OK. But there are a few people out there who WANT me to make it. Makes me feel good of course.


So the real question is, what do you think? Yes or no on this for my final product? I by passed this image, but it caught my husbands eye. I think its too dark and will need to go through one more pass at post processing to bring out the movement in the water. But other then that, let me know what you think!


A little


A little

Thought for others,

Makes all the difference

~Winnie the Pooh


Many thanks to those who noticed I hadn't been posting much recently and asked how I was. I am fine - I just decided it was a good time to take a break from Flickr for a couple of weeks.


More of the staircase at Oxford's Ashmolean Museum


simple lines : buildings


i have no doubt this kid will be an awesome photographer one day :)

Tendresse / AQ-249:copyright:


La nature qui fait preuve de considération et de tendresse.

Un couple de Jaseur d'Amérique nous dévoile leur affection.


Respect de la vie.

Le respect du vivant.

Le respect de la nature.

Une attitude de tendresse.

Par un comportement louable.

Par une attitude plus respectueuse.

Apprenez à protéger l'environnement.

Faite preuve de gentillesse et de bonté.

Respecter et protéger toutes les espèces.

Garder toujours en tête la fragilité de la nature.


Il n'y a pas de honte à être bon et respectueux.


L'homme se doit de protéger la nature et sa planète.

L'avenir de la biodiversité est dans le respect du vivant.

Le vivant regroupe les règnes végétaux, animaux et humains.

Soyez responsable en tant que protecteur et gardien de la vie.

Profiter de la nature et garder en tête la fragilité de notre planète.


La nature procure aux yeux attentifs les plus beaux spectacles du monde. La photographie ajoute au plaisir des yeux celui d'un divertissement sans fin.


Un joli moment privilégié à savourer…

Pour le plaisir et la joie qu'elle me procure,

la passion des images.

Michel Villeneuve53

Objectif 100% Nature


Next up is an image I promised you all a few days ago that now comes with a great story. As I mentioned previously, my work was being presented to Canon for consideration on an upcoming project in Japan that ended up falling through. If my work had been chosen, I would have had to give exclusive rights of 13 of my images and I was asked to remove these images from my own website and Flickr during the presentation. I knew that eventually, image searches would have been done on these images so I performed my own preliminary searches using TinEye. If you have never used TinEye before it can be fun or horrifying depending on the results you are hoping for. If you just want to see where some of your work has been posted by others on the internet, like blogs sites or other websites then this is an invaluable tool. All you need to do is go to the site, upload your image from your computer and in a matter of seconds, TinEye will search billions of images on the net and cross reference them against yours. If you do not shoot professionally, you may be excited when you see your image on a blog or being shared by someone else. If you do shoot professionally, this can be a very big problem. I have lost deals before that would have been very lucrative including one with the Marriott in Portland due to their lawyers finding my image all over the place when they conduced a simple search.


You see, if a small website wants to license an image from you, or or you are selling a print, the idea that your image is being shown on a blog or two is rarely going to be an issue. However, the larger scale and potentially more lucrative the deal will be for you, the more likely the discussions about your agreement will turn to exclusivity and the more likely your image being spread around the internet will become a problem.


You just never know. :)


Which brings me to the reason I wanted to share this image tonight. When I jumped over to TinEye and did a quick search for this image it came back with 9 results including my own website and of course Flickr. The rest of them were blog sites with one exception: My image had actually been downloaded from a different site than Flickr, and then edited (or added to I should say) with the creativity of the person who had downloaded it. Then, after they were finished, they uploaded it to their own Flickr site where I found it. Now, to be fair, I must say that this person found my image on a Creative Commons site where it is encouraged to download, and make your own, other peoples images by using them in collages, adding textures or completely changing them in whatever way they see fit according to their personal vision. This person was also not a contact of mine on Flickr and had not seen my work before but you can imagine my surprise when I saw my shot.....with a strange addition that I certainly did not see the day I shot it. :) If I had, I would be rich now, sitting on an island with an amazing photograph of a mythical mermaid. :)


Have a look below at the image that I found. When I contacted the person who had done this they were apologetic and removed the photo. You see, they didn't mean any harm...but it could have completely ruined an opportunity for me. It was finding this image that caused me to change my watermark, remove the ability for others to blog my images from Flickr and add the disclaimer you see below. The internet is a big place and if your work is good, and on the internet, it is most likely in places you would never imagine. :)


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To really see it, just click it. :)


Please do not use my images on blogs, personal or professional websites, or any other digital media without my explicit permission. Thank you.

King James album booklet considerations

Further consideration of study for the violinist. I gave the head more of a tilt closer to the original sketch. I'll refine it more precisely before I paint. I just needed to see it changed somewhat.

I still have some autumn shots I`d like to upload.

View On Black

Consideration of the past, biases not withstanding. Ventura, California

considerations on love and death

Go to Page with image in the Internet Archive

Title: Du retentissement morbide dans le système osseux, prouvé par des observations sur les maladies des os (nécrose et carie) recueillies dans les hôpitaux militaires : quelques considérations genérales sur les complications, la marche, la durée, etc., de ces maladies, et quelques indications thérapeutiques particulières, de la désarticulations des os cariés, envisagée comme moyen curatif, traitement : thèse présentée et publiquement soutenue à la Faculté de médecine de Montpellier, le 8 août 1838

Creator: Royal College of Surgeons of England

Publisher: Montpellier : Impr. de veuve Ricard

Sponsor: Jisc and Wellcome Library

Contributor: Royal College of Surgeons of England

Date: 1838

Language: fre

The Royal College of Surgeons of England


If you have questions concerning reproductions, please contact the Contributing Library.


Note: The colors, contrast and appearance of these illustrations are unlikely to be true to life. They are derived from scanned images that have been enhanced for machine interpretation and have been altered from their originals.


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Consideration for Today's Flickr 365 photo, ultimately not chosen.

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